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Second Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow


Published August 11, 2011


LibriVox recording of Second Thoughts Of An Idle Fellow, by Jerome K. Jerome.



A second volume of humorous essays on various subjects, following the success of Idle thoughts Of An Idle Fellow. (Summary by Chris Garbett)



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Date 2011-08-11
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Reviewer: bowhows - - August 19, 2014
Subject: Wonderfully Read
Chris has a beautiful voice, charming accent, and does a wonderful job at developing the personality of this book. The book is quite a surprise - I have always enjoyed Jerome for his humor, but this is much more thoughtful and full of interesting ideas.
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